Tywin Lannister from "Game of Thrones," who played by English actor, Charles Dance, will be voicing a character in "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt" when it launches next month.
Gamers hearing Emperor Emhyr var Emreis speak in "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt" will be surprised to hear the familiar voice of "Game of Thrones" actor Charles Dance coming from the character's mouth.
Dance has been recording his lines for his first ever role in a video game. more >>
The creator of "Mortal Kombat X" has dropped a hint the fighting game may be getting a new story in the form of a DLC that will introduce new characters.
NetherWorld's Ed Boon, "Mortal Kombat X" creator, released a hint on his Twitter account the latest installment in the series may soon be getting a DLC for a new story with all-new characters.
Responding to a fan's question on his social media account, Boon mentioned there is likely to be a "Story Pack" coming soon, but did not give out any details on its release date, story arc, or characters. more >>
Game developer Ubisoft has kept mum on news over its upcoming "Tom Clancy's The Division," but rumors have emerged the role playing third person shooter may soon be released.
The highly anticipated "Tom Clancy's The Division," an open world survival RPG from Ubisoft may soon be launched to the public if rumors surrounding the game are to be believed.
Based on reports by VG247, a leaked video showing the game in pre-alpha stage has appeared on YouTube, proving the game has reached its final testing stage and is likely to be making its debut within 2015. more >>
The multi-awarded video game "Journey" is coming to the PlayStation 4. The game was originally released for the PlayStation 3 in March 2012. Its developer, Thatgamecompany, also announced that the game will have an improved frame-rate of 60 frames per second, rather than 30 frames per second in the older version of the game, which looks much better viewed on 1080p. The PS4 version is scheduled for release sometime in the middle of 2015.
While there is a significant change in the frame-rate, TGC says that not much is going to be changed in terms of gameplay. "Journey" on PS4 will be still be the same single-player adventure game where the player controls a single robed figure as it travels across a desert. The main objective is to reach a mountain that is seen in the horizon.
One review of the game on IGN says that it "challenges traditional gaming conventions," allowing the player to connect emotionally to the game through minimalist but gorgeous visuals and equally compelling and emotional music. The robed figure can only communicate with other players whom they may meet along the journey through patterns of musical notes. Each player must learn to navigate the landscape and make their way towards the mountain. more >>
Fans of the iPod Touch are still waiting for the release of the 6th Generation iPod Touch and hoping that it will be released within 2015. It has been quite a waiting game for fans – the 5th Generation iPod Touch was released three years ago, in October 2012.
When Apple slashed prices of the iPod Touch 5th Generation in October of 2014, rumors started going around that the company will soon be releasing the next generation of the device. However, when spring 2015 arrived, the iPod was not among the new products that Apple announced in its annual media event.
On the financial end, one report in Gotta Be Mobile, Apple has previously noted a decline in iPod sales, mainly due to the emergence of newer and faster smartphones that double as music and gaming devices and the absence of an iPod Touch 6th Generation. Sales were much brisker with the iPhone 6 and the newer iPad and iPad mini models. The report also cited that most financial analysts generally do not list iPod Touch 6th Generation as part of their roadmaps or strategies for the year, but instead list the iWatch. more >>
Square Enix has released two new gameplay clips for its fighting role playing game, "Dissidia: Final Fantasy" arcade, showcasing the game's fast-paced action.
Square Enix undertook its initial location test for its upcoming action role playing arcade game, "Dissidia: Final Fantasy," releasing two live play demos of the Team Ninja title.
The arcade version plays similarly to Sony's PlayStation consoles, with each character given two types of standard attack modes: HP attacks and Ex skills. A crystal button glowing between two joystick-like controllers allow players to summon a creature. Players will also be able to play three versus three characters per team. more >>